Friday, 26 February 2016


SyntheSys DLM/ICO training moved into the truly international arena with the recent first presentation of the course to members of the Australian Defence Force.  A total of 12 personnel from the Royal Australian Navy, and staff from the Tactical Information Exchange Integration Office (TIE IO), attended the course which was held in early February at the Defence Training facility in Fyshwick, Canberra.

As with all of our DLM/ICO courses, after receiving theoretical instruction on Links 11, 16, 22, and VMF, the students were presented with a series of planning scenarios increasing in complexity to develop and test their understanding of Multi-TDL Network Architecture.  These scenarios had been specifically designed to ensure their relevance to the Australian audience.  Subsequently, using our simulation suite, the architectures were then executed to provide validation and confidence to the students that their designs met the requirements of the particular scenario.

SyntheSys strives to continually expand and improve all of its courses, utilising both simulation and operational software, so that operators will quickly grasp the sometimes difficult theoretical hurdles that working in a Multi-TDL environment can entail.  We would also like to thank the TIE IO for their support in facilitating this training.

Our next DLM/ICO courses will be held at Karup, Denmark 29 Feb-18 Mar, and at CAOC Uedem 6-24 June 16.  If you would like any information relating to these courses, or a copy of our DLM/ICO syllabus, please contact us at